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11. our big story at 11... a fire breaks out at a house on happened this morning near 36th and burnham. our deandra corinthios has the latest. a milwaukee firefighter suffered a knee injury while fighting a house fire on milwaukee's south side on friday morning, september 30th. fire officials say they were dispatched to the house near 36th and burnham around 6:25 a.m. when they arrived on the scene, intense flames were seen pouring from the attic of
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fire was brought under control. three people were at home when the fire broke out -- they managed to get out of the building safely. again, a firefighter suffered a knee injury while battling this fire. he was taken to a hospital for treatment. new at eleven -- a 36-year-old man has now died after being shot multiple times on the city's north side. the shooting happened just before 10 near 37th and townsend. officials say its unclear what led up to the shooting. the
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police continue to search for a suspect. and officials investigating a crash involving a semi. this happened on 894 eastbound just before midnight. you can see that a car ended up under a quad graphics semi. two lanes were closed on the system ramp to 94 eastbound.... but they have since reopened. two teen girls are recovering after they were attacked by pit bulls in brown deer. it happened yesterday afternoon near 48th andw authorities say the dogs lived in the same home as one of the victims. brown deer police shot both dogs -- one died on scene. the other dog was taken by madacc -- the owner requested it be euthanized. a neighbor says it might not be the first time one of the dogs got aggressive. "i was walking down 48th street here and then all of a sudden, a dog ran out of a vehicle. like a mother, i screamed because im worried about these girls getting hurt." the girls were taken to the
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an investigation is underway after an attempted armed robbery in racine county. the sheriffs office has released pictures of the suspects. take a look at your screen. investigators say two women entered the gas station on loomis road in the town norway yesterday evening and attempted to steal money from the register using a knife. they were not successful and were gone by the time deputies got to the scene. the suspects are described as two white women in their late teens to early twenties. they are believed to be driving an older buick lesab roof. no one was hurt. adlib to weather we'll be cool and cloudy today, with scattered showers and rain chances moving in from the east, thanks to the cut-off low still hanging around the midwest. winds will also be breezy at times,
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more like a day worth spending indoors. today: mostly cloudy with scattered showers. breezy at times. high: 63 dewpoint: 57 wind: ne 10-20 mph milwaukee school schools are closing early...after a power outage. students at rawson will stay at the school until a parent or guardian can pick them up. middle school students will be let out at 11-15 and high school students were released at 11.
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morning, but the schools only have partial power. again, three south milwaukee schools are closing early because of a power outage. owning and operating a car in milwaukee county could soon cost you more... thats if county executive chris abele gets his way. its an effort to preserve transportation funding without increasing bus fares or other taxes. our bret lemoine has the story. milwaukee county motorists could soon be paying more to hit the road... ca 'a $60 per year vehicle registration fee. which averages out to $5 per making good on his promise to include a so- called 'wheel tax' in his 2017 budget proposal. ca 'for the past five years, we have not raised fairs. we havent cut routes.' -- and in order to maintain that for public transportation, abele says the county is left with no choice. he says its the only legal option: ca 'the only tool we have to address it is a vehicle registration fee.' abele says the county cant rely on state funds to help... and
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year for milwaukee county. he says its enough to fund all the countys transportation infrastructure costs, annual bus replacements, county highway and bridge repairs. it will also help preserve the 'go pass' program, allowing seniors and the disabled to ride the bus for free - or at a significantly reduced cost. p 'we just have to keep transit going. there are a lot of people who are depending on it.' but county supervisor michael mayo says... not everybody is eager to hop on this bus: mm 'cmon! want transportation to keep going, but that is really a lot.' mayo, who is also the chairman of the transportation committee, does not support the wheel tax. he says its going to be a tough sell to the county board. mayo says the board has yet to see the proposal. mm 'youre hitting the residents of milwaukee double! on a wheel tax!' all motor vehicle owners pay a 75- dollar state vehicle registration. city of milwaukee residents currently pay a 20- dollar wheel tax of their own. and if you factor in this proposed
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a year just to operate their cars. mm 'come on chris, work with the board - no more taxes on wheels!' starting tomorrow - you must put down that cell phone while driving in construction zones or risk a fine. the new law says you cannot talk...text... navigate-- or otherwise use your cell phone while driving in construction zones. you can, howe report an emergency --and hands-free use is allowed. the fine for a first offense is between 20 and 40- dollars. one of the men responsible for the shooting death of 5-year-old laylah petersen is heading to prison. carl barrett junior has been found guilty on all four charges he faced. laylah petersen was sitting on her grandfather's lap in 2014, when bullets pierced through the wall killing her. investigators say, barrett and two other men were looking to kill a man acquitted of murdering one the
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gordon and paul farr have already pleaded guilty for their roles. petersen's aunt says the verdict comes with mixed emotions. "we have to have the strength. life doesnt stop. we remember her everyday. and by remembering her she is still alive in our hearts." carl barrett will be sentenced in december-- his co-defendents will also learn their fates before the end of the year. paul farr is expected to be sentenced in october. a long time educator -- is facing child porn charges. 68-year-old "thomas de-fazio" was a volunteer at kenosha's "all saints academy." he was fired by the principal -- after he "liked" some questionable pictures of young girls on facebook. on his laptop -- police allegedly found nearly a dozen inappropriate images. prosecutors say de-fazio told investigators he did not think the images "crossed the line." he previously worked for several
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a toddler dies after a bunk-bed accident on the city's northwest side. the 2-year-old boy got caught between a bunk bed and the wall. it happened last weekend at a home near 101st and jonen-- just north of mill road. the boy was taken to children's hospital-- we learned last night the boy has now died. chelsea clinton stumping for her mom in green bay today... what she's urging voters to do. and the latest on the commuter train that crashed in new jersey... how fast investigators say the train was going. plus the c-e-o of wells
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you decide coverage now... chelsea clinton will be stumping for her mom in green bay today -- at an event that starts in about 15 minutes. she'll be urging voters to head to the polls early. her wife of clinton's running mate - tim kaine - stopped in milwaukee. anne holton is the former education secretary in virginia. she kept her message positive -- focusing on her husband and clinton. meanwhile -- the democratic presidential nominee herself will be in florida today. she'll be making two stops - one in fort pierce....and the other in coral springs. clinton expected to talk about the economy. as for the republican presidential nominee - donald trump will be in michigan today. this will be his fifth campaign stop to
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is holding a rally at the suburban collection showplace in novi -- according to his campaign schedule. across america now... the train that crashed into the hoboken terminal yesterday morning was traveling at a high rate of speed, according to investigators. the national transporation safety board is investigating the scene to determine exactly what happened. karin caifa has more. investigators are searching for answers into why new jersey transit before crashing into the hoboken terminal at 8:45am thursday morning. the crash killed one woman waiting on the platorm... and injured more than 100 others. the ntsb beleives some clues could be found in the train's two event recorders -- one of which was pulled last night. but it will take some time to recover the second one. bella dinh-zarr, vice chairman, ntsb right now its a very unsafe situation - there's a canopy that is resting on top of the train. once that's removed we'll be able to look more closely at this
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all possible factors that could have led to the crash. bella dinh-zarr, vice chairman, ntsb we are looking into every aspect of it. we like to say we look at the man, the machine, and the environmentcommut ors who survived and witnessed the crash describe the chatoic scene. mos at the end of every track there's a bumper, a steel bumper, it went right through the bumper and right onto the platform mos there was just this impact, and it sounded like an explosion. and we were stunned.the engineer of the train has been identified as 48-year-old thomas gallagher -- an employee of new gallagher was treated for his injuries and released from a local hospital. the mayor of hoboken, dawn zimmer, prasied the police, first responders, and fire fighters -- and her citizens. mayor dawn zimmer/hoboken, new jersey obviously while this was a tragedy, a major concern for our community, we also are proud, i'm very proud of how our community came together to help one another once again through another tragedy.in hoboken, new jersey, i'm karin caifa. wells fargo c-e-o john stumpf apologizing again -- this time to house
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stumpf is forgoing 41 million dollars in stock bonuses -- giving up his salary during an internal investigation by his board of directors -- and won't get a bonus year. also -- the board rescinded 19 million dollars in stock bonuses for carrie tolstedt -- the bank's former head of community banking who retired under pressure. stumpf says he is "deeply sorry" and "fully accountable" for all unethical sales practices. john stumpf/ wells fargo ceo "i'm sorry that we didn't get thisri i take this very seriously. i'm not in denial and we will get this right. we will fix this. we do a lot of things really great." now...federal regulators announcing the bank is paying another 24 million dollars in fines and payments. that money is to settle allegations about auto loans it made to military service members...including that it illegally repossessed about 400 cars while some personnel were away on active duty. more than 5-thousand employees have been
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practices. police arrest two men... protesting the shooting of a man by an officer in el cajon, california. officials say between 50 and 75 protesters were in the streets blocking traffic last night until police used pepper-spray balls to break up the crowds. this was the third night of protests...after an officer shot and killed alfred olango tuesday...after he pulled out an e-cig and pointed it an officer. authorities have released a still image of the incident...but olango's family wants the entire video releaed police narrative. benge says: "we need justice. this kind of thing needs to stop." the san diego county district attorney's office is now investigating... it is up to the district attorney whether to release the video. former israeli president and prime minister shimon peres laid to rest this morning the former israeli leader died wednesday at the age of 93. a long list of dignitaries and foreign leaders paid their respects, including president
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president mahmoud abbas. obama spoke at the funeral saying peres embodied justice and hope... to the people of israel, i could not be more honoured to be in jerusalem to say farewell to my friend shimon peres, who showed us that justice and hope are at the heart o t regained. more than twenty five heads of state from around the world came together for the ceremony...israel's largest gathering since 19-95.
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we'll be cool and cloudy today, with scattered showers and rain chances moving in from the east, thanks to the cut-off low still hanging around the breezy at times, coming from the northeast at 10-20 mph... making it feel even more like a day worth spending indoors. rain chances continue into saturday, before the low finally starts to push back east. we
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isolated shower still remains. by monday, temperatures will start to warm back to the upper 60s, and we should see the 70s again by the middle of next week. scattered showers. breezy at times. high: 63 dewpoint: 57 wind: ne 10-20 mph tonight:
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wind: ne 5-10 mph saturday: mostly cloudy. rain likely. high: 62 dewpoint: 55 wind: ne 5-15 mph sunday: mostly cloudy with an isolated shower possible. am low: 54 high: 65 mph monday: partly sunny. am low: 52 high: 67 dewpoint: 53 wind: n/e 5-10 mph tuesday: mostly sunny. am low: 53 high: 70 dewpoint: 54 wind: se 5-10 mph wednesday: mostly sunny during the day, with a chance of rain arriving late. am low: 56 high: 71 dewpoint: 57 wind: se 5-10 mph
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...where a jackknifed semi is causing backups at the 94 and 894 split. multiple lanes are closed. traffic is backing up southbound to 15th street. cars are using the shoulder to get around the accident. again, a jackknifed semi is causing backups in the mitchell interchange. drivers should avoid that area. "save-a- lot" and new companies are planning to move to an office building in milwaukee... sean ryan joins us live from the milwaukee business journal headquarters-- let's start with -- new companies moving to lakefront office. 1. where are the companies
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2. how full is the building now? on save-a-lot grocery development in milwaukee: 1. when is construction planned to start? 2. what other projects is the lender working
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russ: i've travelled over 50,000 miles all across wisconsin - listening to people, hearing their stories. a lot of folks are business owners and entrepreneurs. they tell me how hard it is to grow a business in today's economy. so together, we came up with the badger innovation plan. a plan to help wisconsin businesses grow through expanded access to high-speed broadband, better job training and fair trade. because we need to export wisconsin products, not wisconsin jobs. i'm russ feingold and i approve this message. turning pieces of wood into art... the chainsaw carving and
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festival is happening this sunday in racine and brian kramp is getting a preview. brian is at the river bend nature center in racine for the chainsaw carving and art festival. at the festival chainsaw artists will be carving art. the festival runs this
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she's celebrating oktoberfest. she's making a german-inspired recipe. and tips on getting rid of head lice... some safe and effective ways to treat it...in a contact 6
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at at&t, we believe in access. the opportunity for everyone to explore a digital world full of possibilities. connecting with family, friends and the things that matter most. and because nothing keeps us more big stories at 1130. a fire breaks out at a house on milwaukee south side... how a firefighter ended up injured. a new law about driving in construction zones starts
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our big story at 11-30... a milwaukee firefighter is knee injuring when battling a house fire on the city's south side. our deandra corinthios has the latest. a milwaukee firefighter suffered a knee injury while fighting a house fire on milwaukee's south side on friday morning, september 30th. fire officials say they were dispatched to the house near 36th and burnham around 6:25 a.m. when they arrived on the scene,
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the structure. by 7:00 a.m., the fire was brought under control. three people were at home when the fire broke out -- they managed to get out of the building safely. again, a firefighter suffered a knee injury while battling this fire. he was
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after they were attacked by pit bulls in brown deer. it happened yesterday afternoon near 48th and west dean road. authorities say the dogs lived in the same home as one of the victims. brown deer police shot both dogs -- one died on scene. the other dog was taken by madacc -- the owner requested it be euthanized. a neighbor says it might not be the first time one of the dogs got aggressive. "i was walking down 48th street here and then all of a sudden, a dog ran out of a vehicle. like a mother, i screamed because im worried the girls were taken to the hospital with serious injuries. breaking news now... three south milwaukee school schools are closing early...after a power outage. students at rawson elementary will stay at the school until a parent or guardian can pick them up. middle school students were let out at 11-15 and high school students were
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o expected to return at 10 this morning, but the schools only have partial power. again, three south milwaukee schools are closing early because of a power outage. adlib to weather we'll be cool and cloudy today, with scattered showers and rain chances moving in from the east, thanks to the cut-off low still hanging around the midwest. winds will also be breezy at times, coming from the northeast at 10-20 mph... making it feele worth spending indoors. today: mostly cloudy with scattered showers. breezy at times. high: 63 dewpoint: 57 wind: ne
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traffic tracker alert...in the mitchell interchange... ...where a jackknifed semi is causing backups at the 94 and 894 split. multiple lanes are closed. traffic is backing u all the way to 15th street. cars are using the shoulder to get around the accident. officials with the d-o-t say the semi was carrying cement. again, a jackknifed semi is causing backups in the mitchell interchange. drivers should avoid that area. starting tomorrow - you must put down that cell phone while
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fine. the new law says you cannot talk...text... navigate-- or otherwise use your cell phone while driving in construction zones. you can, however, use your phone to report an emergency --and hands-free use is allowed. the fine for a first offense is between 20 and 40- dollars. members of milwaukee's common council are fed up. they say prostitution has become rampant in parts of the city - and they're pleading with city officials to do something to stop it. fox 6's rachelle baillon explains. they're seeing on the streets of the city's near south side. "i have never seen it as bad as it is now. blatant, blatant. and whatever is going on is simply not working." neighbors , religious leaders, community organizations and law enforcement officials say portions of national, greenfield and lincoln avenues are at the heart of a prostitution
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committee meeting to share their observations with members of the common council. "one of my daily duties in the morning that i make it on myself is to go around and make sure that i don't find no needles around the school, used condoms." those in the neighborhood insist the prostitution is as visible as ever. "my boys, even as young boys have been solicited." but some say the problem's roots stem from two other serious issues: drug addiction and human trafficking. "these women were being treated like animals out and sell her body and she was manipulated with drugs." the multi-pronged problem could require a complex solution. which is what committee members are hoping a dialogue will help them to find. "....how serious this matter is and how it has totally deteriorated the quality of life." committee members are vowing to keep this conversation going until the problem is solved.... with alderman bob donovan saying they'll discuss it every month, if needed. rachelle ballion fox
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beauty institute has closed all seventy nine of its campuses including the one in greenfield. some students in madison say they found out around 8 wednesday night from an automated phone call...while others discovered the closing on social media. the students are now trying to figure out how they can transfer their credits and hours to graduate on time.. one student was only 18 days away from graduating...when she found out the beauty school was closing. "i have 18 days left i have14 nothing. and for it to just be over like that it's it's surreal and it hurt it was heartbreaking not just for me but for my class mates for my teachers for everyone" a statement from regency beauty institute reads: "we diligently explored a range of strategic options that would benefit our students, teachers, and staff and allow us to remain open. unfortunately, those efforts were not successful."
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that students can pick up their belongings today until 1 p-m...and that schools will not be open at any other time. getting head lice is easy... but getting rid of it can be a challenge... some advice on safely getting rid of lice...in a contact 6 report. and the wisconsin humane society is here... how you can help
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getting rid of it can be a challenge. before you rush to the pharmacy for treatments, there are alternatives that are safe and more effective. jenna sachs has details in this contact 6 report. months after her daughter came home from school infested with head lice, krystine rodriguez still checks to make sure she is lice-free. "i went to the pharmacy. i asked the pharmacy what was the best treatment to give, and at the time they
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insecticides recommended by doctors and the american academy of pediatrics. but research published by the journal of medical entomology has found that over 98 percent of lice in the u.s. are resistant to the insecticides in popular over-the- counter treatments such as nix and rid. "lice have built up resistance to pyrethrum and permethrin, the main ingredients in these products, because of genetic mutations." getting rid of lice is tricky: you not only have to remove the live bugs but also kill the eggs and nits, something the products dont always do. dont kill 100 percent of the eggs and they can pose some health risks." consumer reports reached out to the makers of nix and rid. nix says its active ingredient is still recommended by the american academy of pediatrics. rid did not respond. so what is the best way to get rid of these pests? consumer reports experts say the best method is to physically remove the lice and their eggs by using a lubricant such as a hair conditioner or olive oil, and
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head. "the space in the metal combs has to be small enough to allow a single hair to go through them, but not an egg." part the hair into very small sections and use a paper towel to wipe the small comb in between passings. when finished, wash or rinse the hair. repeat this every day until no live lice or eggs are found. for more advice on how to stop from lice spreading in your home -- just head to our website - fox 6 now dot com. i'm jenna sachs - contact 6. with scattered showers and rain chances moving in from the east, thanks to the cut-off low still hanging around the midwest. winds will also be breezy at times, coming from the northeast at 10-20 mph... making it feel even more like a day worth spending indoors. rain chances continue into saturday, before the low finally starts to push back east. we should be dry
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isolated shower still remains. by monday, temperatures will start to warm back to the upper 60s, and we should see the 70s again by the middle of next week. today: mostly cloudy with scattered showers. breezy at times. high: 63 dewpoint: 57 wind: ne 10-20 mph tonight: showers likely. low: 55 dewpoint: 56 wind: ne 5-10 mph saturday: mostly cloudy. rain likely. wind: ne 5-15 mph sunday: mostly cloudy with an isolated shower possible. am low: 54 high: 65 dewpoint: 54 wind: n 5-10 mph monday: partly sunny. am low: 52 high: 67 dewpoint: 53 wind: n/e 5-10 mph tuesday: mostly sunny. am low: 53 high: 70 dewpoint: 54 wind: se 5-10 mph wednesday: mostly sunny during the day, with a chance of rain arriving late.
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wind: se 5-10 mph we'll be cool and cloudy today, with scattered showers and rain chances moving in from the east, thanks to the cut-off low still hanging around the midwest. winds will also be breezy at times, coming from the northeast at 10-20 mph... making it feel even more like a day worth spending indoors. rain chances continue into saturday, before the low finally starts to push back east. we should be dry sunday, but the chance for an by monday, temperatures will start to warm back to the upper 60s, and we should see the 70s again by the middle of next week. today: mostly cloudy with scattered showers. breezy at times. high: 63 dewpoint: 57 wind: ne 10-20 mph tonight: showers likely. low: 55 dewpoint: 56 wind: ne 5-10 mph saturday: mostly cloudy. rain likely. high: 62 dewpoint: 55 wind: ne 5-15 mph sunday: mostly cloudy with an isolated shower possible. am low: 54 high: 65 dewpoint: 54 wind: n 5-10 mph monday: partly sunny. am
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dewpoint: 53 wind: n/e 5-10 mph tuesday: mostly sunny. am low: 53 high: 70 dewpoint: 54 wind: se 5-10 mph wednesday: mostly sunny during the day, with a chance of rain arriving late. am low: 56 high: 71 dewpoint: 57 wind: se 5-10 mph heidi boyd from the wisconsin humane society is here with "crossword." people interested in adopting can call 414 animals or go to
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it's oktoberfest.... it's oktoberfest.... and the cooking mom is here a some german-inspired recipe.... she's making a sausage, potato
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it's oktoberfest... the cooking mom is here with a german- inspired recipe...she's making a sausage, potato and cabbage skillet. and if you would like to check out the cooking mom's recipes-
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ceos and giant corporations get richer guys with families... guys like me? just gets harder and harder to get ahead. we need an economy that works for people like me. for people like me. for people like me. people like me. russ: i'm russ feingold and i approve this message because wisconsin's middle class
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11. gaga is headed to the super bowl. lady gaga announced on twitter yesterday that she will be performing at half-time during super bowl 51. this is the second year in a row the super bowl has featured an appearance from lady gaga. she sang the national anthem at super bowl 50 to rave reviews. but there is a bit of a wait for fans-- super bowl 51 is set for february 5th-- 2017. thanks for joining us at eleven. our next newscast is at four
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>> she's been just a terrible neighbor. >> judge judy: and you are right next door to each other? >> yes, ma'am. >> announcer: on edge at the property line. >> she has these wild parties all the time. she blocks my driveway constantly. >> announcer: but is her story out-of-bounds? >> her and another lady were on my porch with weapons. >> judge judy: you believe that the plaintiff killed your cat? >> she's delusional. >> judge judy: she's what? >> delusional. >> announcer: "judge judy." you are about to enter the courtroom of judge judith sheindlin. the people are real. the cases are real. the people are real. the cases are real. the rulings are final. captions paid for by cbs television distribution arnissha delaney is suing her neighbor rolanda anthony-smith for medical bills and pain and suffering, claiming rolanda's dog bit her.

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